AI and Data Science


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° ASU02 EN
Tags: genetic criticism , digital scholarlyediting , keystroke logging , born-digital texts

Computer-assisted genetic editing: from medieval manuscripts to born-digital documents


Intensive 5-day entry level hands-on course on making digital editions of analogue and born-digital texts. In this course, participants will acquire a set of basic computer skills such as XML mark-up language and handwritten text recognition to design a fully-fledged, TEI-compatible Digital Scholarly Edition and deploy keystroke logging technology to record and analyse born-digital texts.

Target group: Bachelor (3rd year) and Master students, PhDs and postdocs, Professionals in the fields of textual scholarship, genetic criticism, library science, archiving practices.
Participants should have at least completed 2 full years of university education in a relevant field of study. 


Check on the website for more details in the programme;


3 ECTS credits are awarded upon successful completion of the programme.

Optional: 6 ECTS credits are awarded upon successful completion of an extra assignment. All certificates of completion are issued as a micro-credential.

Course number:
Short- en long-term programmes, Micro-credentials
Area of interest:
AI and Data Science, Art and Culture, Language en Literature
Academic year:
2023 - 2024
Starting date:
The teachers will be announced on the website
Contact person:

Stadscampus, University of Antwerp, Belgium

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